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Mumbai: In the case of Drugs Case, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is interrogating journalists outside the guest house in which Bollywood celebs are interrogating Bollywood celebrities. It was free An official said that the police intervened to intervene in a fight between journalists of a national news channel and some reporters from Mumbai. Journalists of the national news channel called the local media as “tea biscuits journalists”. The main anchor of this national news channel is also known for his dramatic manner of speaking.
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The video of this incident, which took place outside Colaba Guest House in South Mumbai, has gone viral on social media. In this guest house, the team of NCB has stopped and is questioning the personalities and other people of the film world in the narcotics case. When any person associated with Bollywood comes to record his statement, especially journalists from TV channels gather outside the guest house for ‘Bite’ and the same thing happened on Thursday morning.
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A Delhi-based journalist has come to Mumbai to cover the NCB probe. This shock occurred when journalists came to the “camera frame” of other national channels. A police officer said that when he was asked to leave, he misbehaved with Mumbai journalists and called them “depressed journalists” and “poor journalists who ate tea biscuits”.
An eyewitness told that after this the debate escalated and began to be pushed. Some journalists in Mumbai slapped a Delhi journalist. He told that some policemen present on the spot intervened and removed the fighting mediamen from there.
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